Couple faces charges after 10-year-old tells police of sexual assaults

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EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) -- A woman and her live-in boyfriend are facing a combined 18 charges after investigators say a 10-year-old boy came forward and told police the two let him smoke meth and sexually assaulted him and his siblings.

Sodaphy Ormston, 32 of Eau Claire, and Anthony Lee, 37 of New Auburn were charged in Eau Claire County Court late last week.

According to a criminal complaint, Ormston sexually assaulted 6 children on multiple occasions. It goes on to say that Lee videotaped some of the incidents of assault because he said he didn’t think people would believe what Ormston was doing.

When interviewed by police, the 10-year-old boy said the sexual assaults of his siblings happened every day. Ormston told investigators, she remembered “a little bit” of what she did to the kids and that she was in “psychosis” and needed to “save her kids.”

The 10-year old also told police Lee gave him meth because Lee didn’t want the boy to want drugs in the future.